Being a woman not a hindrance
28 April 2017
. . . Women can also perform miracles
A FEMALE preacher says being a woman has not hindered her from leading a church ministry.
Apostle Patience Chiroodza of the Love of Christ Ministries International in Waterfalls says she has endured some challenges but that has strengthened her to progress in spreading the gospel.
Apostle Chiroodza, who is also a miracle worker, said God uses anyone despite their gender or sex and a number of miracles have taken place through her.
“I have faced many challenges in ministry and some might wonder how I have managed to pull through. I am a vessel that is used by God to fulfill His ministry,” she said.
“A number of miracles have taken place with many people getting jobs, those with cancer and HIV being healed. We also have witnessed those who are tormented by evil spirits getting their deliverance, “she said.
The church has since introduced a number of anointed mantles in the form of towels and t-shirts which have spiritual power.
The t-shirts, according to the preacher, have brought a number of testimonies.
“We have got some anointed items which include towels and t-shirts and we have witnessed some miracles though their use.
“The items are very important because they carry anointing. The towels and t-shirt are prayed for before they are used and a number of people have realised a number of benefits,” she added.
Apostle Chiroodza said the word is the backbone of her ministry, saying people nowadays are being misled by wrong teachings.
“These are the last days and I urge fellow Christians to be grounded in the Word of God and gain knowledge.
“Our ministry is grounded in the word of God and we offer teachings based on the word to equip people in their day to day lives,” she said.
Love of Christ Ministries International was founded last year in April and the ministry celebrated its first anniversary during the Easter holiday.
“The ministry started last year, based in Uplands Waterfalls and we celebrated our first anniversary during the Easter holiday,” she said.